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Vtils howabd. As-he As-he As-he gaxed at the traTeler. Vr. Howard" would wonder how the strange mm t know him and where the name Howard did not fit, the mountaineer tddrexed. wtnkl thinlt nothing of the alstake. Sotwitbstanding th terrible internecine atrifs which is making rory cUins in that section of the Common-. Common-. Common-. wealth, the people of the county are as dvil and courteous in their homely way to A stranger as ean be found anywhere. &S long as the outsider takes no part with eithee faction ha is reany safe from I1 molestation at tb hands of the na. rives. But when Lt sides with either party the sew comer erases to be .traagu and he must tae his Chances with the balance. One a man takes up a is residence Were -be -be must make jhoiee. The people recognize but two iifies and every matt mart stand with Uit Flowardj or attest them. There is a middle ground. If they thought it necessary it is said that every man and boy ia the county, even some of the rforaen; would shoulder a Winchester and go to the rescue of hit side.

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 27 Oct 1889, Sun,
  3. Page 4

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